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CLYBOURNE PARK
10/4/2013 to 10/27/2013

Clybourne Park … why does that name seem so familiar? Oh, yes! The neighborhood in the classic A Raisin in the Sun, riven by tension in 1959 when the first African-American family moves in. This is the other side of that story. Rendered in two outrageous acts set 50 years apart, it’s a wickedly funny, Tony Award®- and Pulitzer Prize-winning examination of race, real estate, and the volatile values of each. Contains adult themes and strong language. Recommended for ages 14 and above.


Clybourne Park is performed in rotating rep with A Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansberry's unflinching vision of what happens to people whose dreams are constantly deferred.  Set in the same house 50 years apart, the two plays share the same set and several of the cast members appear in both productions.

Seeing both plays provides a unique opportunity to compare and contrast ideas about race, equality and the American dream. You can even see both plays on special same-day performances October 5, 13, 19, 26 and 27.

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By Bruce Norris • Directed by Joel Ferrell

Cast
Designers
Scenic Designer Bob Lavallee
Costume Designer Karen Perry
Lighting Designer Seth Reiser
Sound Designer John Flores
Wig Designer Valerie Gladstone
Production Manager Barb Hicks
Local Casting Tiffany Hobbs
Assistant Director Kristen Lee
Assistant Scenic Designer Sara Dillinger
Associate Lighting Designer Stacey Boggs
Assistant Lighting Designer Kenneth Farnsworth
Stage Manager Megan Winters
Production Assistant Alett Gray
 
 
Before the play, join us for a free 30-minute informative talk designed
to enhance your play-going experience. Given one hour before every performance, a member of the cast or artistic staff will share details about the play’s origins and context, as well as insight into the
creative process behind the production.
After the play, stick around for a free, brief, post-show conversation with a cast member from the show. Engage with the artists, learn
about the production, and share your insights about the play in
a lively discussion.

DTC partners with Dallas Faces Race

Dallas Faces Race is the beginning of a sustainable forum on race in Dallas. The forum will bring together organizations to actively build their capacity to address racial equity and make change.


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Posted by Rusty Jaggers | 2013-10-21

While it has been a few weeks since we saw the show, I just want to comment on the incredible performances of Chamblee Ferguson and Sally Vahle in the beginning of Clybourne Park. Wow; I have never seen Chamblee in such a role and he was powerful beyond words. And the quick nervous patter with Sally Vahle is so hard to do. I was a little sad to see Chamblee come back in the second time period of the play in a comic role. He was just so powerful in his pain, rage and struggle to remain decent. I am just naive enough to believe there were moments of connection even in this play between the couples and hope we can forgive one another our fumbling attempts to understand. Thanks for doing this 2-parter.
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